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and mitt romney just has to keep campaigning, but both campaigns don't know how this will affect town out. the big thing to do is look at new hampshire and virginia, two states that were affected by the storm and how it could affect the town out the voters. we do not know how it will shake out or if there is a rallying behind president obama in the last few difficulties before election day. >>neil: you never know if they would extend election day it would probably be a legal hurdle so leaving that aside, a lot of folks could be without power in a lot of areas so they have to file a paper ballot if you go to the precinct and you are, this is like some of these old countries where you have a slip paper and they count it at the precinct and it could be a long election night, could it not? >>guest: it could. and you are absolutely right, provisional ballots are something we will have to watch the i point out that most affected areas are not swing states but it could affect a senate race in connecticut and we will have to wait to see what the provisional ballots do for that but in cincinnati w
's approval has moved. could you have a case where both are sliding at the same time? >>pat: romney is in ohio raising goods to send to people and that is a heck of a good idea. that is the best he can do. he is not president. the president is locked in, but the problem with these things, people are smart, they want the federal government to what it can do but it is not a foreign crisis, unless it is a katrina like thing this is a governor, this is christie and cuomo, the governors doing terrific job and mayor bloomberg, that is the focus. >>neil: always a pleasure, thank you. we have a lot more coming up including what will be resuming of wall and broad being back to business. but how much business? . her debit card, and so does bill, an identity thief who stole mary's identity, took over her bank accounts and stole her hard-earned money. now meet jack. after 40 years, he finally saved enough to enjoy retirement. angie, the waitress at jack's favorite diner, is also enjoying his retirement. with just a little information, she's opened up a credit line, draining the equity in jack's home. unfo
's another reason more investors are saying... [ all ] i'm with scottrade. ... >>neil: both campaigns are headed to ohio for the final push for votes. governor romney kicking off the last leg of the campaign in the state with a massive rally tomorrow. the president making stops there on saturday sending mixed messages of who is leading there. republican governor john kasich says he has in doubt mitt romney is leading and joins me right now. how are you doing? >>guest: go. doing well. >>neil: in a way we chatted about which before you had a nice record as governor, you have done a lot to improve things and you said the bottom line you want to help your fellow ohioans see bets times but it has helped the president. a lot your supporters and believers say, things are going so well a lot people could be saying, thank you, mr. president. >>guest: well, i don't really think so, i think first of all in he it is all about jobs. while we have done we have a ways to go. i don't look at polls. i have been told people give the lion chair of the credit to the officials in the state of ohio but goi
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